Tuesday afternoon, Summerville Police Capt. Jon Rogers released surveillance images of a black four-door vehicle whose occupants are suspected in the vandalism.
The Dorchester County Parks and Recreation Department will host a set of six public meetings across the county next month to obtain feedback on building future parks.
Rain may have put a damper on the number of participants in last week’s Ride of Silence, but a faithful few showed up to promote awareness of sharing the road.
Numerous residents in the Knightsville area awoke on Memorial Day to discover their vehicle windows busted out by what appears to be a highpower BB gun.
Outfielder Matt Powell bounced back from a disappointing junior season to reemerge as an impact player and finish his days with the Green Wave on a positive note.
Fort Dorchester senior Josiah Johnson will graduate with an athletic scholarship and two state track and field championships.
The Green Wave softball team had its best season yet, but it didn’t get the storybook ending.
Fort Dorchester’s Tommy McManus, Summerville’s Walker Long and Cane Bay’s Alex Amble represented their schools during the South Carolina High School League Class AAAA-AAA State...
Taryn Floyd, PE and Action Based Learning Teacher at Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary School, took her Jump Start students on a field trip to Fort Dorchester High School recently. She spearheaded.
Summerville High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Green Wave Battalion has been designated as a Distinguished Unit with Academic Honors and has been named South Carolina...
Second grade students from Beech Hill Elementary win Sertoma Club Heritage Art contest. Pictured from left: Mary O’Brien, Paige Madgwick and Elle Hass, with Mike Burrell.
On May 1 the Ladies of Auxiliary Post 3433 Ladson, recognized the JROTC Honor Guard Unit from Stratford High School for their services of providing over 30 Honor Guard duties in the tri-county area,...
Summervillians will get a piece of Piccolo Spoleto in Summerville this year.
Ten professionals representing the Tri-County, Orangeburg and Colleton counties were trained and certified to be class leaders for “Powerful Tools for Caregivers (PTC) on April 30 - May 1.
Justin Eisert has recently joined Southern Shores Real Estate Group, LLC. Originally from Erie, Pa., Eisert is active duty United States Air Force and a graduate of Southern Illinois University with...
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The soldier, above all other men, is required to practice the greatest act of religious training – sacrifice. In battle and in the face of danger and death, he discloses those divine...
One of my favorite nature aviators is the delightful hummingbird.